What an amazingly warm start of the Swedish summer we’ve had! The month of May has offered temperatures never before recorded!
During the summer months, June to August, the beaches and parks are filled with happy children enjoying their summer break, in Swedish called ‘Sommarlov’. Life in Sweden slows down as many offices close or aren’t working at full speed as many of their employees have taken some weeks off. Schools begin their autumn term in August.
Summer in Sweden is the high season for social gatherings, so we’ve gathered a little information about typical events taking place in the summer. Furthermore, this issue includes some updates from Nordic Relocation Group.
The Nordic Relocation family keeps on growing!
Since the beginning of 2018, we have had the pleasure of welcoming eight new employees to our company! Two of our experienced consultants in Lund, Helena Gotthardson and Lena Jönsson, were promoted to Team Leader, taking a bigger responsibility of our operations in the southern region of our country.We are proud to see that our good work is showing positive results as we have a big increase in number of work permits and home findings handled by our staff.
For the last couple of weeks or even months, your inbox has most likely been spammed with countless e-mails regarding information about EU’s new General Data Protection Regulation, GDPR. This updated framework is spelling out the digital rights for citizens of the European Union. Our work to comply with the new data protection regulation has been intensified during spring, and of course, your data is handled with the utmost care at our offices.
Nordic Relocation Group Office hours during summer
During the course of summer, Nordic Relocation Group will be ready to assist you as usual with the same good service! We are ready to help you during our normal office hours: Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm.We wish you a happy midsummer, but before we leave you to the summer festivities, we invite you to read a little more about other traditional summer dishes that you might get served